|Posted by Marcy Camp on June 11, 2002 at 18:12:48:|
|In response to Re: soaked bathroom floor from shower|
Actually, I bought it from HUD, and they helped me purchase a warranty. But, someone in the warranty department, which is the same company as my lender, did not do their paperwork on time and so now it won't go into affect until July 1. I can wait that long, but was kinda wondering if it was something I could fix myself. Thanks, Marcy
: If you just bought the house it is still under warranty, Don't even try to fix it yourself. Call the Escrow company and tell them to contact the sellers realtor and get it fixed. or you'll move out!
: : I just bought a house and it is a concrete slab (the pipes are in the ceiling) one of the bathrooms has a shower stall and all around the stall, after I used it the first time, the carpeting was wet, I used it once more and now most of the bathroom carpet is soaked. Very soaked. I do know that the drain cover was off and I saw that the drain pipe was in a hole with about and inch surrounding it as just empty space. We put the drain cover on, but it doesn't cover the empty space, so I think water is also draining into the empty space. Any idea how to fix this? Would this make my carpeting soaked all around the shower stall? Around how much does something like this cost to fix, could I do it myself? Please help
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